Holland House


Gadigal Country
Bellevue Hill, NSW


In progress



Landscape design

Danger Barin Smith

In Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs this new three-storey home is defined by its architectural form – the interplay between mass and void. Deep openings in the facade reveal and conceal the spaces within, while the sole use of lime-white textured bricks for the exterior lends a sculpted, monolithic presence, shaped by the verdant landscape, designed by Danger Barin Smith.

The relationship of space and light, and the facade’s strong geometries  continues through the minimalist interiors, and out to the stone terrace, where a pale green swimming pool sits within a refreshed, mature rear garden.

Sustainable design includes double glazed windows that maximise light and airflow while reducing heat load, solar power generation with battery storage and rainwater harvesting – all reducing resource and energy consumption.

A monolithic facade facade sculpted in lime-white bricks, with deep incisions concealing and revealing the spaces within.

Molong House